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CT Judicial Branch
Self-help information from the CT Judicial Branch. Includes information on forms, where to file, legal clinics, court rules, and more.
CT Judicial Branch - Volunteer Attorney Program
The Judicial Branch has Volunteer Attorney Programs for family law, foreclosure law, small claims, and contract collections. Attorneys from the local bar volunteer two hours of their time by coming to the courthouse and meeting one-on-one with self-represented parties who need legal help.
CTLawHelp.org Legal Checklists
Checklists from CTLawHelp.org for selected legal procedures and filings related to family matters, unemployment, special education and more.
CTLawHelp.org Self-Help Guides
Self-Help Guides from CTLawHelp.org on legal topics, including disability assistance, family law, housing unemployment, and more.
General Court Information
Information on the various functions and operations of our state courts, as well as addresses, phone numbers, and directions to each court location.
Court Service Centers
Court Service Centers are located within Judicial District Courthouses, and are staffed by Judicial Branch employees trained to assist all court patrons. Resources include calendar and docket info, public computers, copier, scanner, fax, phones, notary services, and much more.
Public Information Desks
Public information desks are located in courthouse lobbies and are designed to provide court-related information to the public at State courthouses.
Self-Represented Parties Page - CT Judicial Branch
Information related to representing yourself in court from the CT Judicial Branch Law Libraries.
Official Judicial Branch Forms
Official legal forms available from the CT Judicial Branch.
Self-Help Legal Publications
Self-Help Legal Resources by Nolo
This guide, prepared by CSL Law & Legislative Reference Services, explains Nolo publications and how they can be accessed through researchIT CT or in print.
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